November 16, 2008


When two actions happen at about the same time in the past, then you can join the two sentences by using the Past Simple Tense (Vii) in each part of the new sentences.
Bill boasted.  Chelsea grew angry.
Chelsea grew angry when Bill boasted.
Her getting angry depended on his boasting hence generally, the second or consequent action is placed in the beginning. 
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